To wrap up this stays/goes series here is a look at the Yankees bullpen and the catcher position, starting with the bullpen:
David Robertson is a no-brainer. I just hope he has a better year in 2013.
Boras client Rafael Soriano has opted out, of course, and he will be looking for a multi-year deal. I crossed out his name because I don't think the Yankees should give it to him at the expense of not being able to lower the payroll to $189 million for 2014. If they don't give it to him he definitely will not sign with them.
Other Options: I have been hearing a lot about prospect Mark Montgomery lately. He is a 22 year-old right-hander who could compete for a job in the bullpen in 2013. Perhaps he can be an alternative to Soriano. Other than that, I am not impressed with any of the free agent relievers this year.
And finally, the catchers:
Russell Martin handles pitchers well and is still capable of having a good year offensively. But I wouldn't offer him more than a one-year deal.
Thank you for your service, Chris Stewart. Good luck with the rest of your career.